A weekend psychodrama training workshop run by Cher Williscroft
Whether you are an advanced trainee or a beginner to the Psychodramatic method, you will build your abilities and your experience and practice of the psychodrama method so you can apply your learning in your chosen profession, work, in your community, in your relationships and in play. This will be achieved through teaching, demonstrations, coaching, practice, and supervised experiential learning of group development and psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry, role training. The group is structured to meet the needs of the different levels of experience of participants.
What you’ll experience
Beginner trainees will dip their toes in the water of psychodrama learning through experiencing the method and connecting their experience to the theories of personality development that underpin Psychodrama.
Intermediate and Advanced trainees will identify specific areas noted in their Training Plan and in the Training and Standard Manual that they wish to hone and display in their practice, bringing forward examples of how they are applying the method for discovery and for experimenting with fresh approaches.
- Professional Development: Learn through supervised experiential learning about the complete range of psychodrama methods and their application
- Group Leadership: Gain confidence to lead groups and participate in a way that builds each person’s ability to be creative and spontaneous in their lives
- Dramatic Enactments: Gain hands-on experience in producing compelling dramatic enactments. Participants learn at their current level of development through practicing leadership and directing, taking up auxiliary roles, becoming protagonists and participate in group interactions.
- Building Connections: Cultivate meaningful relationships with fellow participants.
- Personal Growth: Dive into transformative personal work of self-discovery and self-awareness to navigate your life’s challenges.
Who can attend?
This training programme is suitable for people who wish to apply the psychodramatic methods of group work, psychodrama sociodrama, sociometry and role training in their work and life. It is designed for all levels of trainees including those who want to experience psychodrama training for the first time.
Psychodrama can be applied to many different fields including management, training, education, community work, the creative arts, social change, and therapy one-to-one or in groups. If you are a professional educator, manager, HR / organisational specialist, counsellor, teacher, facilitator, psychologist, social worker, trainer, or community worker, you will find this workshop of benefit.
If you are new to psychodrama, have not trained with us before or are returning after a long break from training, please contact us for a training conversation prior to enrolling to ensure you have the psychodrama experience needed to enter a training programme and our training programme will be a good match for you. (See our enrolment policy)
Enrol in 'Developing Your Practice' - March 2024
Nelson Whakatū PANZ (formerly ExLD)
Dates and Times
Friday, 8 March 6.30 – 9.00 pm
Saturday, 9 March 9.30 am to 6.00 pm
Sunday, 10 March 9.30 am to 4.30 pm
$515 includes morning and afternoon teas
(Minimum 50% deposit required to secure a place with the balance payable 4 weeks before workshop starts.)
BYO lunch or eat at a local café
Cher Williscroft, Sociodramatist (Trainer Educator, Practitioner).
PANZ Whakatū Nelson Director of Training
Cher Williscroft is a Sociodramatist, a Trainer Educator and Practitioner (T.E.P. AANZPA) and encourages the art of clear and kind communication in conflict situations in the workplace. She is a mediator, conversation facilitator, coach and mentor. As Managing Director of Conflict Management Ltd she has 38 years’ experience and has a mission to improving workplace relationships through humane communication.